High Performance – PNG Sports Foundation

46 participants get sport strapping certificates

This comes after the course that was held last month where the participants were taken through the basics of strapping ankles, knees and shoulder injuries acquired from playing active sport.

Sports Science Manager and Oceania Sports Education Program (OSEP) Educator, Tom Frost said that the participants engagement in the course was amazing, and that he believed the course would help avid sport club trainers to be better prepared to manage and prevent their players from injuries.

High Performance Director,  Aaron Alsop said also spoke on the success of the course.

HP Sport to conduct awareness in Lae

The event will act as a promotional lead up into the setting up of the HP Momase Centre of Excellence (CoE) at the Sir Ignatius Kilage stadium (SIKS).

HP Director, Aaron Alsop and his team is inviting all interested sporting groups or individuals from the provincial up to the national level at the SIKS to attend the free information session.

He said the program will be run on Friday August 19 from 2-4pm and again on Saturday August 20 from 2-4pm. 

He added Team Morobe will have an opportunity to meet with HP on Saturday August 20 from 9-12pm.

Boas: More career awareness needed national athletes

After attending an Athlete Career Education course this week, Boas strongly recommends the course be pumped out to national athletes in other codes as well in the country.

The course was co-hosted by High Performance – PNG Sports Foundation, Cricket PNG and International Cricket Council,

“This is a very good course and would have been great if all other national athletes from other codes attended.

“Like most of us playing at the national level, we are bound to lose our form one day.